Sport Exercise

best & worst kinds for weight loss & symptoms

Exercise for PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is anything but binary – there’s no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to do it, but there are certain kinds that could ease your symptoms. Many of the millions of women affected by the condition (1 in 10 in the UK) who have reaped the rewards for themselves have taken to TikTok to share what they’ve found are the best types for them.

To date, ‘PCOS workouts’ have had 52.5million views on the platform, and so many glowing testimonials on the impact of exercising on PCOS prove just how effective it can be. So, we wanted to get the scoop from the experts: what really warrants the ‘best’ and ‘worst’ kinds of exercise for PCOS? How often should you exercise with PCOS? And when should you avoid it? Here’s the 411.

What is PCOS?

Dr Rebecca Robinson, a consultant in Sports

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Take It Easy: Too Much Exercise Frazzles the Vagus Nerve

Improving physical fitness requires putting stress on your system during vigorous workouts. But the quest for peak performance often backfires—the psychophysiological distress caused by excessive exercise isn’t good for you. Finding a “Goldilocks zone” where your daily workouts put enough stress on your body to improve fitness without overdoing it can be tricky.

Chris Bergland finishing a Triple Ironman in the early 2000s.

Source: Chris Bergland

For example, when I was trying to get in shape for extreme events like the Triple Ironman (7.2-mile swim, 336-mile bike, 78.6-mile run), the risk of injury and burnout was extremely high. Monitoring fluctuations in my heart rate variability (HRV) was a way to make sure I wasn’t overtraining.

The vagus nerve‘s ability to counteract the sympathetic nervous system‘s fight-or-flight stress response is reflected by higher HRV.

In addition to keeping tabs on how my nervous system responded to the previous day’s

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Warner Bros. Discovery Plans UK Destination for Sports, Entertainment

Warner Bros. Discovery’s international streaming lead JB Perrette has said that an extensive joint venture with BT Sport, which was confirmed on Thursday, ensures that the company won’t be a “one-product, one-content type story,” particularly in the U.K.

The 50-50 sports joint venture between Warner Bros. Discovery and BT Sport has been in the works since February and will see the combination of BT Sport and Eurosport. In a call with journalists on Thursday, Perrette cited a choppy few weeks for the industry — no doubt referencing the handwringing surrounding Netflix’s dip in subscribers and share price — and said, “We love our hand.”

“We are a multi-product in terms of theatrical distribution, linear, streaming, games, consumer products, so we have a very broad and rich set of products to take to market, and taking that IP and maximizing across those avenues differentiates us,” said Perrette. “Having news,

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SUNDAY MAJORS: ‘mdf92’ Takes Home PokerStars Sunday Million Title

The PokerStars Sunday Million attracted more than 20,000 entrants for the second week in a row as a result of its half price buy-in format, with ‘mdf92‘ taking home $212,110 for first place and ‘ladygambiti‘ finishing runner-up for $151,189. Player ‘18055433805‘ was awarded $107,772 for third place in that event while ‘DimaRu777‘ received $76,824 in fourth place.

PocketFives member ‘Spacebonyiga‘ of the United Kingdom picked up a career-best win in the Sunday Warm-Up for a cash score of $42,867. ‘AllLoot4Me‘ of The Netherlands placed first in the $1,000+50 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Sunday Grand for $34,026 while ‘ekziter‘ was victorious in the Pot Limit Omaha version of that event for $22,403. Both he and fellow P5s member Connor ‘blanconegro’ Drinan final-tabled both Sunday Grand tournaments. The Hyper Turbo Sunday Supersonic was won by ‘maxyshark‘ for $27,519 and ‘Cashkiller77

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